What is erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is also termed as impotency. It indicates sexual inability in males. In ED, it is difficult to get or maintain firm erection of the penis during any sexual activity.
Cardiovascular diseases, neurological problem or hypogonadism or hormonal insufficiencies. . . .+
Erectile dysfunction is found to play some role in the development of erectile dysfunction, according to a new research. Researchers say that they have found an area of the genome which is responsible to increase the risk of impotence due to erectile dysfunction.
Both erectile dysfunction (ED) and peripheral vascular disease (ED) are two different conditions. Erectile dysfunction is found in men making them unable to get and maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) on the other hand is a circulatory problem in which the arteries become narrow and therefore reduce the flow of blood to lower limbs.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition found in men which makes them unable to get or keep an erection firm enough to go for sexual intercourse. Uncommonly, this condition is also referred to impotence. Age can be a risk factor for erectile dysfunction in men but it doesn’t cause ED. Some early warning signs of ED are discussed in this article.
There are some ways to identify if your erectile dysfunction (ED) has occurred due to a physical or psychological cause. It involves a simple test which can be performed at home using stamp rolls. It is based upon the process of nocturnal penile tumescence. The cause of ED helps us analyze the most suitable treatment option for curing impotence.
Several studies have indicated that specific classes of drugs which are used for treating certain disorders or diseases have eventually produced side-effects. One common side-effect is erectile dysfunction (ED). These drugs influence the hormonal levels, nerve activity or blood circulation in the body, leading to an increased risk of impotence.
Researchers reported that men have a higher risk of erectile dysfunction, if they had suffered from hemorrhoids before. The study was conducted in Taiwan using the Longitudinal Health Insurance Database 2000, a nationwide population‐based dataset in Taiwan.